For the third time in two seasons, Columbia, the two-time defending state champion defeated Eagle's Landing, 64-50, in the Class AAA semifinals.
Both to also serve more than 20 years
Two men have been fined $1 million each, and both have been sentenced to more than 20 years in prison, following their convictions for trafficking in drugs.
Prevention agencies host HIV/AIDS awareness event
Women from all walks of life came together this week at the Paula Crane Life Enrichment Center in Morrow to celebrate National Women’s and Girls’ HIV/AIDS Awareness Day. During the celebration, the participants were fixated on the television set in the center of the room, listening to testimonials from women who are living with the Human Immunodeficiency Virus, and its effects.
Ms. Janice Y. Mouser, 56, of Rex, Ga., passed away suddenly at her home on Monday, March 5, 2012.
Lakers allow fewest points in a game
It turned into a defensive clinic when Clayton State rolled past Tusculum 51-26 in the NCAA Division II Southeast Regional at the Convocation.
If the fourth-ranked Titans had any stage fright playing at the Macon Coliseum, they certainly didn't show it Friday a 75-61 win over Washington of Atlanta to earn a spot in Saturday's finals against the winner of Eagle's Landing-Columbia game.
Local senior citizens lived by the Mardi Gras slogan of “Laissez les bons temps rouler” — or “Let the good times roll” — at the J. Charley Griswell Senior Center, in Jonesboro, on Friday.
If there’s a way to make a memorable run through the state tournament both irrelevant and inspirational, Eagle’s Landing has found it in teammate Eric Wortham Jr.'s frightening episode of seizures last Friday.
Television viewers probably recognize her from the role that produced her most recent famous lines –– the “2011 Merger Georgia Lottery” commercial. She is one of four youngsters entering a board room to meet across the table with four adults to discuss a merger.
Eighteen Boston College students spent the past week helping clean up the William H. Reynolds Memorial Nature Preserve, volunteering at the Good Shepherd Clinic, and assisting teachers at Morrow Elementary School., through a school service organization called the Appalachia Volunteers.
No cause found for star forward’s seizures
Eagle’s Landing junior Eric Wortham Jr. was home from Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta on Thursday after suffering a seizure at school last week, even making a surprise appearance at a team dinner.